2021 Ballon d’Or: Lionel Messi has reportedly been told by France Football he’s the winner
With less than a month for the ceremony, Portuguese numerous reports have claimed that Lionel Messi has been told by France Football that he will be the winner of the 2021 Ballon d’Or. infoguidenigeria
According to the recent report from givemesport.com, the 2021 Ballon d’Or ceremony may not take place until November 29 but that hasn’t prevented leaked lists from going viral on the Internet. It will also be important to note that first, a document that spread on social media had Robert Lewandowski as a winner, but shortly after, another leak had Lionel Messi atop. Jamb result
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But despite all the speculating rumours, the truth will be known in just a few weeks, but according to Portuguese outlet RTP, France Football have already let Messi know he will receive the award in the long-awaited event.
The PSG superstar comes from another great season in his career as he netted 30 times for Barcelona in La Liga and claimed an elusive first international trophy with Argentina in the 2021 Copa America.
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